Campus Phone: 832-223-5000

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Spring 2022 Semester Exam Schedule Grades 9 - 11

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Make sure to preorder your yearbook at   We sold out in two days last year and some seniors were not able to get one.

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Parking spots are now available for sale online.    

Open your student Office 365 account. Click here to complete the application. If the student’s 365 account is not open, the link will not work.  The application will require you to upload a copy of your current insurance card and TX driver’s license.

Once you submit your application, it will be reviewed for approval.  If your form is approved, you will receive a link from us to complete the process which includes picking your spot and paying the $50.00 fee.  

 If you have any questions, please call Deanna Reinhardt or Kristi Tollefson at 832-223-5000.


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Secondary Resources


LCISD HOPE Line 832-223-4673 24/7 Crisis Line

Mental Health America Finding Help -

National Crisis Text Line -

National Alliance On Mental Illness  -

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services -

7 Cups Emotional Support -

Houston Galveston Institute ( HGI) - Main line: 713-526-8390

Backup: 346-291-0969


Catholic Charities -


Texana - Offering services over the phone 

  • Sugar Land Office: 281-276-4400
  • Rosenberg Office: 281-342-6384

Individuals can also call the Crisis Helpline at 1-800-633-5686 


211 Texas/United Way HELPLINE 

Texas/United Way HELPLINE is available 24/7 to connect individuals with local community resources such as financial assistance for utilities or rent and food pantries, housing assistance, crisis counseling, utility payment assistance, and senior services. Texans can dial 211 or (877) 541-7905 and select option 6 to get information and referrals to COVID-19 social services, including testing, community clinics, unemployment benefits and more. Families can call 211 HELPLINE for an up-to-date listing or visit the website at 


Fort Bend County Women’s Shelter -  281-342-4357


Veterans Crisis Hotline 

Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs.  Call 1-800-273- 8255, text 838255, or visit online.  Support for the deaf or hard of hearing call 1-800-799- 4889. 


The Trevor Project 

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25. If you are a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk, call the TrevorLifeline now at 1-866-488- 7386, text START to 678678, or visit online.  


There are two mental health app directories users can consult to find a mental health app, namely the NHS Apps Library and PsyberGuide in partnership with Anxiety and Depression Association of America.  The NHS Apps Library lists apps that have been “approved” following assessment using a number of criteria including effectiveness, security and technical stability. PsyberGuide includes ratings based on “credibility, user experience and expert review,” and a credibility score that “represents the strength of the scientific research support for the app itself, and the therapeutic interventions the app provides.” 

A few anxiety and stress apps with a credibility score of four out of five or higher include This Way UpBrain HQHeadspaceWoebotGood Days AheadCogniFitCalmMood Mission and SanvelloPTSD Coach from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs also has good quality evidence to support its effectiveness. 

According to Dr. John Torous, who leads  the APA’s workgroup on the evaluation of smartphone apps, the top 7evidence-based mental health apps are: IntelliCareBreathe2RelaxCBT-i CoachStop, Breathe & ThinkDBSA Wellness TrackerVirtual Hope Box, and Medisafe. Five well known teletherapy apps that offer connections to a licensed therapist are AbleToBetterhelpOnline-TherapyTalkspace and 7-Cups.



*Resources are either free or work on a sliding scale and do not turn down people based on ability to pay

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H.O.P.E. Line

Resources for students throughout the year:

H.O.P.E. Line:  832-223-4673 (HOPE)
Students who need emotional support outside of school can call this number to speak with an outside counselor 24/7.  This is free, confidential, and anonymous.  

Speak Up:  Link to online form under Students/Parents tab
Students are able to submit an anonymous report online for bullying and any other safety concerns via this form.  While we always encourage students to approach an adult on campus for this, this does provide an anonymous option for students who would not otherwise say something.



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